A young boy is bequeathed the ownership of a professional baseball team.
|卢克·爱德华兹 (Luke Edwards)||饰||Billy Heywood|
|蒂莫西·布斯菲尔德 (Timothy Busfield)||饰||Lou Collins|
|约翰·阿什顿 (John Ashton)||饰||Mac Macnally|
|阿什利·克劳 (Ashley Crow)||饰||Jenny Heywood|
|凯文·杜恩 (Kevin Dunn)||饰||Arthur Goslin|
- 声音混合： Dolby | DTS | SDDS (8 channels)
- 纵横比：1.85 : 1
|发行公司||Ízaro Films (1996) (Theatrical) (Spain)|
|Warner Bros. Family Entertainment (2002) (DVD) (United States)|
|LK-TEL Vídeo (VHS) (Brazil)|
|Home Video Hellas (HVH) (1996) (VHS) (Greece)|
|东宝东和 (1995) (Theatrical) (Japan)|
|Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment (1994) (VHS) (Germany)|
|首映票房（美国）||$3,105,618, 4 July 1994|
- John Gordon, who played broadcaster Wally Holland, was the real-life voice of the Minnesota Twins until he announced his retirement after the 2011 season. While his use of silly statistics (e.g. batting average against left handed pitchers faced at home for the first time in the last month of the season) is a parody, he did use his trademark home run call when he said "Touch 'em all, Mickey Scales!"
- In the climactic scene with Ken Griffey Jr. getting thrown out due to the hidden ball trick, the play is legal, despite many viewers claiming it isn't. He began on the rubber holding the ball. When he feigns the throw, he first steps off the rubber which means he's allowed to fake a throw, or even just walk off the mound or prepare for his next pitch. Faking the throw therefor was not a balk. As time was not called by anybody, Griffey was also allowed to attempt a steal and be thrown out as he was.
- The one game playoff between the Twins and Mariners lasted twelve innings. In 2009, during their last season at the Metrodome, the Twins actually played a one game playoff which would last twelve innings. Interestingly that was also a season during which the Twins owner (Carl Pohlad) died and left the team to family members.